Prof. Dr. Danica Grujicic. Depleted Uranium Ammunition Causes Cancer
Please let NATO disappear, is the wish of neurosurgeon and chairman of the Serbian Cancer Society Dr. Danica Grujicic
What have they done to my country?
Who has to decide that I may have to die?
The war itself is a crime, but far beyond that, the soil, people and nature are damaged for billions of years by the use of depleted uranium (DU ammunition with depleted uranium).
This affects not only the Serbian population, i.e. the citizens of Serbia, but also neighbouring countries such as Bulgaria, Greece and Romania, which are NATO members.
In addition, there is the bombardment of chemical industries regardless of a map of places of danger whose release of toxins damages the environment for generations.
We are talking here – as the Senegalese UN rapporteur Bakari Kante did in 1999 – about an ecocide. After 20 years, the time is ripe for a scientific investigation of the damage caused, which has nothing or nothing to do with a “humanitarian operation”.
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